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OPODNE plants fruit trees as a sign of hope to people in middle of pandemic

While their “Conspiracy to eliminate coronavirus” public education campaign continues today, OPODNE is literally planting another sign of hope by distributing 900 fruit trees to leadership teams in towns across the Northeast Department so families will have some food tomorrow. One-hundred trees in each town means 1000 families will have something more to eat.  Some are bearing fruit already and the people of Capotille are making jam. A generous donation by the St. Barnabas Episcopal Nursery in Terrier Rouge makes this possible. Director, Fr. Esperance Jabnel, said, “Unlike other organizations that sell these trees, OPODNE kept its word and did exactly as promised.”

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